I did a huge spring clean in Beck’s room a few weeks ago. He is now almost 8, and he never really had a hand decorating his room in the first place, so on Spring Break when he was away with his dad I hatched a plan to get the baby-feel out of his space. That’s when I discovered that a lot of my crap was in his room. Inherited dresser drawers, piles of toys and stuffed animals. Books falling all over. And a closet full of outgrown baby clothes and stuff too cute to throw away.
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